Richmond | Wayne County, Indiana is full of Kid Friendly Fun! Bring the entire family as you enjoy these fun activities. Enjoy the Enchanted Fairy Trail, Fossil Trail, chocolate Trail and many more family friendly activities!
Cycling and Fitness Warehouse, on S. 3rd in Richmond, across from the Cardinal Greenway, rents bikes. Rates range from $10 for same day to $35 for weekly. They also rent helmets and locks. 25 bikes are available and are rented on a 1st come 1st served basis. Prepaid reservations are available. Rates are subject to change.
Brookville Lake is situated in the picturesque Whitewater River Valley with traces of prehistorical Indian mounds known for their archaeological significance. Something for everyone. Brookville has a 5,260 acre lake that is great for fishing complete with 10 ramps around the lake and four marinas. There are picnic and camping areas, beaches, and cabins for rent.
Comic Relief LLC is a locally owned business in the South Eastern region of Indiana, located near the SouthWestern Region of the Ohio border. We specialize in New weekly Comic Books, Graphic Novels, Action Figures, Collectibles, Prop replicas and more!
A small, historic skating facility (since 1950), great for parties! Hours:
Nov 1-March 31 - Wed 5-8 p.m., Family Night Free Admission;
Sept 1-May 31 - Sat 6-9 p.m., all ages
June 1-Aug 31 - closed for summer - parties only
Admission is $1.75; skate rental is $.50 or $1.00 for speed.
Owned by NASCAR driver Tony Stewart. A 0.5 mile high-banked clay oval hosting Pennzoil World of Outlaws, USAC, Modifieds, All Star Sprints, Late Models, 360 Sprints, and other series. Season: April-Oct. Ticket prices and race times vary.
All across Richmond and Wayne County fairy dwellings have magically appeared in shops, cafes, museums, gardens, and galleries.
A full 1/24 scale Slot Car Racing business with four Race tracks. 2 Tri-Ovals, 1 Hill climb road course, and 1 Scale 1/4 mile drag track. We have a full line of parts and accessories.
The city of Richmond's name has come to mark a period of geological history dating back 440 million years ago. The "Richmondian" or the "Richmondian Age" describe a period in time where rock formations with names like "Whitewater," Liberty," "Waynesville" and "Arnheim" accumulated on the bottom of an ancient sea where east central Indiana and west central Ohio are now located.
The historic 1880s Museum building displays the history of the Nettle Creek area on two floors. Free admission. Arts Place on the ground floor provides free art lessons and materials on walk-in basis, for adults every Saturday, 2-6 PM. Free violin and childrens art lessons also provided. Original art by award-winning area artists, jewelry and books are for sale.
The features found on this 466 acre property include 3% of Indiana's old growth forest, acres of reforested woods, several miles of hiking trails and running paths, Hayes museum, Adena and Hopewell Indian mounds, ponds, fields, and wetlands.
Located in Whitewater Memorial State Park, horse back riding is fun for everyone. Enjoy a 1.5, 2.5 or a 9 mile horseback ride. Hayrides and parent assisted pony rides available too.
Owned and restored by Indiana Landmarks, the museum operates as the National Road Heritage Site, where exhibits offer modern-day travelers a vivid picture of cross-country travel on the Historic National Road from Cumberland, Maryland to Vandalia, Illinois -- from the pioneer era to the present.
Dedicated to the sport and its Indiana heroes, the Football Hall of Fame features displays and memorabilia from Indiana High School, Collegiate and Professional athletes. The purpose is to establish scholarships and endowments for excellences in football in the State of Indiana.
An Egyptian mummy and giant prehistoric mammals captivate audiences of all ages. Learn about the fossils for which Richmond is world famous. Delight in the educational and fun hands-on exhibits. Gift shop available.
Ralph Teetor Planetarium located inside the museum. Catch a glimpse of the stars and planets and learn more about constellations.